PICS: "Dublin’s Most Prestigious Nightclub" Will Close Its Doors In January 2019

The likes of Keith Richards, Bono, Paris Hilton and David Hasselhoff loved going here

Nightclub Jan

This is being described as the end of an era and rightly so.

The likes of Keith Richards, Bono, Paris Hilton and David Hasselhoff loved going here but that has not been enough to keep this nightclub open.

Lillie's Dublin has announced that it will be closing its doors in January and has released a statement on the Facebook page.

"End of an Era...

"Lillie's Dublin, Dublin’s most prestigious nightclub will be closing its doors on January 19th.

"We’d like to thank you all for the many years of custom and support, and we hope you’ll join us in celebrating with us at the iconic venue over the festive season.

"We invite you to reminisce with us by sharing your pictures of your favourite nights at Lillie’s to our Facebook page, or by tagging us over on Instagram.

"Watch this space, as the Porterhouse Group has exciting plans coming down the tracks, all will be revealed in Spring."

Located on 1-2, Adam Court on Grafton Street, the nightclub prided itself in being Dublin's "most prestigious nightclub".

Lillie’s Bordello overlooks Trinity College and was renowned for their cocktail lounge/club.

"With lavish rooms, Lillie’s Bordello offers a multitude of indulgent entertainment experiences.

"Lillie’s Bordello is one of Dublin city’s most opulent, yet energetic settings, surrounded by lush table seating and art deco.

"Lillie’s atmosphere of sophisticated luxury and comfort are especially beneficial for companies looking for an exclusive venue for corporate entertainment," they state on their website.

Another place to add to the list.

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